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          – AN OVERVIEW

                 Chwen Sheu
            Paul Edgerly Chair Professor
              Kansas State University
          (CSCMP Kansas City Roundtable)
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          I.     SUPPLY CHAIN
                 MANAGEMENT (SCM):
          II.    WHY IS SCM IMPORTANT?
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           1. SUPPLY CHAIN
          MANAGEMENT (SCM)
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                SEARCHING … …


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                   WHAT IS SCM?
           Supply Chain
             A network of of suppliers, manufacturers,
              warehouses, 3PL, retail outlets,

           Supply chain management (SCM)
             The management of flows between and
              among supply chain stages to maximize
              total supply chain profitability
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          Traditional Supply Chain Systems
Supplier        Manufacturer      Manufacture    Wholesale      Retail   Customer
(1st,2nd ,…)    Plant             Distribution   Distribution
                                  Center         Center

                 3rd Party Logistics
                 Providers (3PL)

               Material Flow
               Information Flow
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            IC SUPPLY CHAIN

                光罩業       封裝材料

          化學品   IC製造業     IC 封裝測

          氣 體

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           SCM Survey:
          2004 IT Industry
             (236 firms)
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           How IMPORTANT is the SC function to your
           organization's business strategy ?
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           Who is directly RESPONSIBLE for
           determining your SC operations?

      Up from 14.2%
      in 2003
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           Compared to 2003, how is your SPENDING
           on SC likely to change in 2004?
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           II. SCM: WHY IS IT
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           SCM: IT’S A NEW BALL GAME

            Improves Competitiveness
             Efficiency
                Cost: “Lean manufacturing”  “Lean
                 supply chain” (e.g., Boeing)

             Responsiveness
                Customization (e.g., Dell)
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           Efficiency: Boeing Example

                 ~70% of Product Cost
                 Total                Total
              Supplier Base   Dollars Spent in 2002
                 6,193              $ 22.6B
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                    Responsiveness: Dell

              Why SCM?
                A win-win partnership
                Value-added

           “We focus on how we can coordinate our
           activities to create the most value for
                                       - M. Dell
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                   Assembly Plants
   Supplier                              (3PL)

              重新洗牌                               Responsive

              Supplier           Assembly Plants
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                   CREATING VALUES
       Tradition: Time Consuming & Costly
       Producers   Shipping   Eastman     Wait …       Eastman
                              Warehouse                IT Dept

                                     Eastman       Open the boxes
                                    Employees         & Load
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     Implementing SCM requires a fundamental
          change in the way firms operate

           “Gee, we've never
           done that before,
           but why not? Let's
           give it a try.”
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               PARTNERSHIP &
                Bullwhip Effect
           P&G found that
           • Demand variability (Pampers) increases for SC
             members located farther upstream (1:10)

              Retailer   Wholesaler   P&G       3M
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       What You See Is Not What They Face

           Lee, H, P. Padmanabhan and S. Wang (1997), Sloan Management Review
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            III. GREEN SUPPLY
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           GSCM = SCM + EM
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           “I think God's going to come down and pull
           civilization over for speeding.”
                             — Steven Wright
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                MANAGEMENT? WHY?
           12 tons of CO2 per capita are
            produced per year. Only 8% of this
            emission is managed by nature.
           The average temp of the Earth could
            raise up to 5ºC by the end of 21
            century  Sea level could rise up to
            100 meters.
           A visit to Amsterdam could be soon a
            submarine visit.
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                            EM? WHY?
            60 % of managers considered environmental
              issues to be highly important, 82 % expected
              the importance would further increase in the
              years to come (2002).
            “… a new industrial revolution. It is the most
              forceful trend in my lifetime ... it will redefine
              the rules of the game.” (CEO, Sony)
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           Waste Electrical and Electronic
           Equipment (WEEE)

           Restriction of Hazardous
           Substances (RoHS)

           Energy-using Products (EuP)
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                EM – DEVELOPMENT
      USA
     a. Total cost of compliance over the past 25 years have
        exceeded $1 trillion (~$120 billion annually).
     b. 1970s: 2000 federal, state, and local e-regulations;
        Today: 100,000. Business in LA must answer up to
        72 separate authorities.
     c. Computer Takeback: Among 28 global computer
        firms, U.S. computer firms rank 9th (Apple), 11th (HP).
       d. 80% of consumer are willing to pay more for green.
       e. Dow Jones Sustainability Index
       f. “It's a difficulty for European firms, and it's a huge
          difficulty for American firms.”
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                 EM – DEVELOPMENT
      63% of Japanese consumers are willing to pay
       5% more, 27% pay 15% more for green
      Green Products
           • Toyota Hybrid Prius uses half the petrol &
             emits only half the carbon dioxide.
      Sony Green Partner
     Europe
      No kidding!!!
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           TOYOTA Eco-Friendly Prius
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                        EM & TQM
           Total Quality Environmental
           Management (TQEM)
            Prevention is better than compliance
            Continuous improvement & innovation:
             technology, process, design, material
               Must involve suppliers
            Benefit outweighs cost  EM Is Free
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             EM – BUSINESS IMPACTS
     • Pepsi: Saved $44 million      • Texas Instruments:
       by switching from              Saved $8 million each
       corrugated to reusable         year by reducing its transit
       plastic shipping containers    packaging budget for its
       for one liter & 20 oz          semi-conductor business
       bottles, conserving 196        thru source reduction,
       million lb of corrugated       recycling & use of
       material.                      reusable packaging.

     • Commonwealth Edison:          • Dow Corning: Saved
       Produced $50 million in        $2.3 million by using
       financial benefits from the    reconditioned steel drum
       implementation of Life-        in 1995. It also conserved
       Cycle Analysis approach.       7.8 million lb of steel.
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              GSCM – LIFE CYCLE
                                                  Retailer/    Reuse
    Design   Raw Mat.   Logistics   Manufacture   Customer    Disposal
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           “… We are convinced that
           being good to the environment is
           also good for business – and
           have every intention of keeping it
           that way.”

                 - 1997 Xerox EHS Progress Report

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